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Technology for the Bottom Billion Workshop - Call for Contributions
Cambridge is a global leader in science and technology, and advances pioneered in Cambridge have impacted significantly on the lives of the world’s poorest and most marginalised people. This workshop brings together people who are evolving innovative technological responses to challenges faced by people who live on less than $2 per day.
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[Open Technology Week] Arduino and sensors workshop
One day Arduino workshop 8 June 2016 Department of Engineering For beginners, intermediate, advanced users of Arduinos - Part of Open Technology Week 2016
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[Open Technology Week] Open Technology for Development Make-a-thon
The Open Technology for Development Make-a-thon brings hardware design challenges from international development and humanitarian contexts to problem-solvers who are challenged over the course of five days to prototype solutions using open source technologies. Open to Undergraduates at the University of Cambridge from any subject.
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[Open Technology Week] Improving the research process - discussing an 'open research' position
How can we ensure that researchers are rewarded for the quality of their research and not only for the impact factor of the journals in which they publish? What needs to happen so the quality of the whole research process is taken into account when considering recruitment or academic promotions?
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[Open Technology Week] OSF framework - platform to manage and share your research data
Open Science Framework (OSF) is an open source platform to support researchers during the entire research lifecycle: from the start of the project, through data creation, editing and sharing with collaborators and concluding with data publication.
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[Open Technology Week] Open Technology Workshop and Maker-Faire
Open technologies are becoming increasingly prevalent in many aspects of society. In this workshop, open to the general public, we will explore through talks and demos many aspects of open technologies and their implications in the context of research and education.
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CRISPR/Cas9 – the good, the bad and the ugly!
This talk is part of the "Postdoc Masterclass" for All Life Scientists series. Dr Aisling Redmond (CRUK CI), Dr Florian Merkle (Stem Cell Institute) & Dr Alasdair Russell (CRUK CI)
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Amino One Personal Bioreactor demonstration - making synthetic biology accessible to school students
The Amino One is a laptop sized Personal Bioreactor and Transformation station that is friendly to use, accessible, and contained. It makes learning and prototyping with genetic engineering and cells accessible to students and teachers.
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The second annual UREC Research Ethics Workshop, 13 June 2016 15:00-17:00
The University Research Ethics Committee (UREC)
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June 8, Seminar on Scientific Data Visualisation, sponsored by the ESRC IAA
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